Should the child care industry get a bailout?

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“If we end up supporting the wrong set of businesses, it’s ineffective,” he said.

If the new bills become law, the federal government would send money to the states as part of the block grant for child care and development. The $ 50 billion would cover the operating expenses of suppliers, whether open or closed, to avoid permanent closings. It would also offer parents reduced tuition fees so that families who had child care before March could keep it and cover the new expenses related to the coronavirus.

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